Architects Peter Stamberg and Paul Aferia built their 1,100 square feet Shelter Island home using a steel frame and inexpensive materials like corrugated aluminum and polycarbonate for walls — where they didn't hold back was in the COLOR.
Principals at their firm Stamberg Aferiat Architecture , the design of the home was inspired heavily by Mies van der Rohe's Barcelona Pavilion and elements of Richard Serra, Charles Gwathmey, Marcel Breuer and Ellsworth Kelly are present, too.
For more (colorful!) images and the full story behind the design, see Architectural Digest | The Art of Living.
Images: Paul Warchol